• Car park sealed off as police probe sex assault allegation

    Police investigating an allegation of a sexual assault sealed off a Keighley car park. An officer guarded the scene yesterday afternoon as a forensic team examined the basement site at New Devonshire House, Devonshire Street. A police spokesman

  • Families and teachers urged to watch out for meningitis

    Keighley parents, students and teachers are being warned to be vigilant for signs of meningitis. The start of autumn and the new academic year, when people are spending increased time indoors and germs are more easily spread, traditionally sees

  • Keighley event shows off the best of district heritage

    The Keighley district’s historic identity was showcased to local people and visitors in the town centre at the weekend. This year’s Keighley Heritage Day saw a range of activities and exhibitions staged in Church Green, the library and the town

  • Keighley open day's healthy intentions

    Help is at hand for people wanting to improve their health. An open day is being staged at Keighley Healthy Living, Scott Street, on Wednesday, from 10am to 2pm. Information will be available about the range of clubs, activities and low-cost

  • Coroner rules on Keighley painter's asbestos death

    A retired painter and decorator who was exposed to asbestos during his life-long career died of an industrial disease, a coroner has ruled. An inquest in Bradford on Friday heard grandfather Brian Potts, 65, of Crossfield Road, Keighley, had been

  • MPs’ £680k bill for expenses

    Bradford district’s MPs claimed a total of more than £680,000 in expenses in 14 months, it has been revealed. New figures released by the Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority (IPSA), set up in the wake of the scandal which saw four MPs

  • Clinical group holds first meeting

    The shadow governing body of Airedale, Wharfedale and Craven Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) – which will take over some responsibilities from the primary care trust next April – will hold its first meeting in public next Thursday, September 20

  • Keighley council member ousted from committees

    A Keighley town councillor was removed from all three of his council committee posts in a vote by his fellow members of the town council. Councillor Brian Hudson was ousted from the planning, general purposes and allotments committees after he

  • Bouncers -- Bradford Alhambra

    Bouncers is 35 years old, and its theatrical innovations are now mainstream, but this play about nightclub life is still as sharp and funny as ever. John Godber has updated his script with references to modern pop culture and his pulsating background

  • Steeton and Silsden councils' fire cover fears

    Silsden and Steeton councillors will highlight remote areas where fire safety cover needs to be improved. The town and parish councillors will investigate locations that have not got smoke alarms. Local firefighters have, for several years,